Date of Award
Master of Arts (M.A.)
Alden E. Noble
Studies on trematodes of marine organisms of the Pacific Coast have been of a scattered and fragmentary nature. J. Stafford (1904) collected and described a number of trematodes from fishes of the north Pacific, but, in his historical survey, Manter (1926) fails to mention specifically any studies covering the waters south of Canada. More recently, in the United States, several contributions to the field have been made by Dr. John E. Guberlet at the University of Washington and at the College of the Pacific by Dr. Alden Noble, under whose guidance this study was made. James Park (1937) revised the genus Podocotyle and added eight new species .from Dillon Beach, California. Descriptions of individual trematodes have been made by various other investigators.
The investigation covered by this paper was begun during the summer or 1946 at the Pacific Marine Station.
Gale, Francis C.. (1947). Contributions to the study on helminth fauna of Dillon Beach. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1050